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Legendary Los Angeles Rams running back Eric Dickerson shut down the notion Wednesday that former Rams head coach Jeff Fisher left the team in good shape.

In an interview with TMZ Sports, Dickerson expressed his belief that Fisher was a detriment to what is currently the NFL’s top scoring offense at 31 points per game: “Do I think he left the team in a good spot? No I do not. Personally I don’t. I don’t think he helped [quarterback] Jared Goff at all, I don’t think he helped [running back] Todd Gurley at all. I don’t think he helped the offense at all.”

Instead, Dickerson praised new head coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead for the job they did in leading the Rams to an NFC West title this season.

Dickerson’s comments came on the heels of Fisher’s appearance on 104.5 FM in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday.

In that interview, Fisher suggested that he helped set the Rams up for success, per Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register:

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“I have no regrets whatsoever. I am a huge fan of the Rams players. They’re basically—I don’t want to say my players—but I had a lot to do with that roster. Left them in pretty good shape, and Sean [McVay], as he has shown in a short period of time, is an outstanding young coach, and he’s got the offense going, which was needed.”

Dickerson and Fisher had issues last season, as Dickerson said he was banned from the sidelines by Fisher due to his public criticism of the team.
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In five seasons as head coach of the Rams, Fisher finished under .500 every year and posted an overall record of just 31-45-1.

L.A. went 4-9 last season prior to his firing, and it ranked last in the NFL with 14 points per game.

The Rams have blossomed offensively under McVay, however, with Goff and Gurley leading the way.

Goff looked overmatched as a rookie, but he has lived up to his billing as a No. 1 overall draft pick with 3,804 yards, 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions for the 11-4 Rams.

Also, Gurley is arguably the MVP front-runner with 2,093 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns, both of which lead the NFL.

The Rams are set to play in their first playoff game since 2004, and with the top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles missing quarterback Carson Wentz, the door is open for a potential run to the Super Bowl.

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Another week, another touchdown overturned by NFL officials, sparking more outrage and confusion over the league’s catch rules and its in-game replay reviews.  Oh, and the Patriots were involved again, which didn’t help matters much.

The latest scoring play to be nullified in controversial fashion came shortly before halftime of New England’s home game Sunday against the Bills. Buffalo’s Kelvin Benjamin was ruled on the field to have caught a pass in the corner of the end zone, but upon review, the league’s officiating department decided the wide receiver’s left foot came off the ground before he attained full “control” of the football.

Benjamin’s left toe had appeared to scrape the turf after he initially corralled the pass, but the NFL’s head of officiating, Al Riveron, offered this explanation of the ruling on Twitter:

“When Kelvin Benjamin gains control, his left foot is off the ground. The receiver only has one foot down in bounds with control. Therefore, it is an incomplete pass.”

Bills fans weren’t the only ones who took authentic nfl jerseys issue with the league’s ruling. A former NFL executive in charge of officiating, Mike Pereira, said on Twitter, “Don’t see how the Buffalo TD was overturned. Not clear and obvious the toe didn’t drag. There is a line behind the toe when he drags it. Am I missing something?”

“Nothing more irritating to an official than to make a great call and then someone in a suit in an office in New York incorrectly reverses it,” Pereira added. “It is more and more obvious that there isn’t a standard for staying with the call on the field.”

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Dean Blandino, who succeeded Pereira as the league’s officiating chief and is now a Fox Sports analyst, said of the Benjamin play, “We’re being overly technical. When you look at the angles that were available, there’s nothing clear and obvious to overturn the call on the field.”

Others took to Twitter to express their dismay.

It did not go unnoticed that the Patriots again benefited from a touchdown being overturned. A turning point in last week’s New England win came when the Steelers’ Jesse James was ruled to have lost control of the ball as he hit the ground following a catch, negating a last-minute touchdown that almost certainly would have given Pittsburgh a crucial victory. Earlier in the season, many were surprised when the Jets’ Austin Seferian-Jenkins had a touchdown overturned in what turned into a comeback win by the Patriots.

Noted Boston sports fan Bill Simmons posted wryly on Twitter, “I love instant replay — it’s been great for the Patriots don’t change anything NFL.”

On CBS’s postgame show following New England’s 37-16 win, the network’s panel agreed that the league did not have enough clear evidence to overturn Benjamin’s touchdown. “These guys have big hands,” Bill Cowher said. “When you go frame-by-frame, the ball may move . . . but they still have control of it.”
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Possibly in response to the widespread criticism, the NFL released a video long after the Benjamin play, in which Riveron elaborated on his reasons for overturning the call. His main points were that Benjamin did not appear to have full control of the football while he was dragging his left foot, and then, when he did achieve that control, the foot was slightly off the ground.

The NFL has tried to define receptions and has been fairly consistent maintaining in recent years that a player must have full control of the football while “completing a catch,” either in terms of holding onto the ball while hitting the ground or of making sure he establishes being inbounds. However, Sunday provided the latest instance of the league taking flak for looking too closely at slowed-down video and overturning calls based on less than fully conclusive evidence.

In addition, even after the Deflategate saga, the NFL is now having to endure accusations of favoritism toward the Patriots. The league would surely prefer that everyone simply enjoy the games and complain, if they must, about player performances or coaching decisions, but its video-review process keeps stealing headlines, for the wrong reasons.

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James Harrison just wanted to play. The New England Patriots provided the opportunity in his first game with the club.

The 39-year-old linebacker played 34 snaps in Sunday’s victory over the New York Jets, per Next Gen Stats. The count was just four shy of the 38 snaps Harrison saw all season with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In his Patriots debut, Harrison compiled two sacks and five total tackles. The veteran was pleased with his workload despite only having a few days to learn the playbook.

“It’s like starting all over from scratch,” he said after the victory. “It’s like starting your rookie year. New game plan. You gotta pick things up. When you are a rookie you get [organized team activities] and minicamp. I got 4-5 days to prepare.”

Not only did Harrison play a solid amount, but the Patriots also dropped him in coverage repeatedly — it’s telling that the newly acquired veteran could immediately be New England’s best linebacker in space. Harrison also displayed an ability to set the edge versus the run, which was something younger Pats defenders have struggled with this season.

Coach Bill Belichick praised the effort Harrison put in leading up to the game.

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“Yeah, James worked really hard,” Belichick said. “He worked really hard to get things down and to handle the roles that he was in today. Very professional, has a lot of experience but not in this system so he had to do a lot of things to try to acclimate himself to what we do, and terminology, and adjustments and so forth. He really worked hard on that. He got better every day. You could see that through the course of the week. Sometimes it piles up and the load just becomes — there’s a diminishing return effect. In his case, I would say that wasn’t the case. Each day that it went it got better. I thought he made a couple of plays out there today. We’ll see how it goes going forward, but yeah, he worked very hard.”
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If Harrison recaptures the form he displayed last January — when he dominated during the Steelers’ playoff run — the addition could be a game-changer for the Patriots’ defense.

Pass rusher James Harrison is the newest member of the Patriots and he hasn’t had a lot of time to assimilate — both between the white lines and on the sidelines. This goes a long way in explaining why he didn’t join his teammates during the national anthem:

But Harrison, who was released by the Steelers last week and signed by the Patriots a few days later,  has a perfectly good reason for not standing with his new teammates: He didn’t know he was supposed to.

“I did not know what was going on,” Harrison said after the Patriots beat the Jets in the regular-season finale, via “I was not clued — they did not tell me about that. It don’t matter. That’s where I normally stand. I’ve been standing for, I don’t know, 15, 16 years.”

Meanwhile, Harrison played 28 snaps in his debut — which is 12 fewer than he played all season with the Steelers — and managed two sacks and a forced fumble.

Heading into Week 17, the Patriots’ defense ranked dead last, which is exactly why the team signed Harrison who, at 39, remains one of the league’s best pass rushers.

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Former Jaguars linebackers coach Robert Saleh made an unusual climb up the NFL coaching ladder this offseason.

The Jaguars won just 11 games during Saleh’s three-year tenure in Jacksonville and he was not retained by head coach Doug Marrone in January.

Instead of moving on to another NFL linebackers coaching gig or even heading to the college ranks, Saleh received a seemingly out-of-nowhere promotion with the San Francisco 49ers.

Saleh was named 49ers defensive coordinator on Feb.13.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan clearly saw something outside of the Jaguars’ shortcomings during Saleh’s tenure.

Jaguars defensive coordinator Todd Wash believes Saleh’s intelligence was appealing to the 49ers.

“He’s very organized, he’s detailed and he knows the package inside and out,” Wash said during his weekly press conference Thursday.

“I think a lot of it was he just needed an interview [to] get in front of somebody to show how intelligent Robert really is. He’s doing a nice job with the pieces that he has.”

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Saleh’s work with the Jaguars’ linebackers went under the radar during his time in Jacksonville. He helped develop the likes of Telvin Smith and Myles Jack before leaving for San Francisco.

Smith speaks very highly of Saleh. He credits Saleh, Wash and former assistant linebackers coach Scottie Hazelton with his development.

“I’d honestly say those three guys are the ones that taught me football on this level,” Smith said Thursday.
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“Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to take away from my instincts but when we talk about learning ball, I [attribute] it to [Saleh]. I’m looking forward to playing against him and seeing him again.”

Saleh’s scheme is very similar to the Jaguars’ defense. Like Wash, Saleh has adopted a variation of Gus Bradley’s hybrid scheme.

With the Jaguars set to face the 49ers Sunday, Jacksonville’s offense will deal with a familiar defensive attack.

Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett knows what to expect from his former colleague.

“It’s funny – just because the opponents we’ve had this year – we’ve gone against a lot of this kind of defense, besides training camp and OTAs,” Hackett said.

“We’ve hit the Chargers, we’ve hit the Seahawks and now the Niners. They all have similar things and you can tell that there are some coordinators that like to do a specific front and coverage more than the other but it’s all got the same premise and same foundation.”

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Since Alex Gelhar already masterfully identified some of the top waiver wire targets ahead of Week 16, Matt Harmon examined top deep league adds in his deep dive, and Marcas Grant supplied you with some players that can safely be dropped, it’s my job to provide some streaming candidates at quarterback, tight end and defense for the upcoming slate of games. Keep in mind, most of these players/teams are bottom-of-the-barrel targets for deep leagues, and I’m not saying they’re going to be top scorers at their position, but they should do enough to keep your team competitive in Week 16 if you need some assistance. So, let’s get to it.


Blake Bortles at 49ers | 25.8 percent owned: Bortles posted his third 20-plus fantasy point game in four weeks on Sunday against the Texans. He threw for 326 yards, three touchdowns and no picks, marking his third-straight game with multiple touchdown passes and no interceptions. Yes, the Texans are a defense we’ve targeted streaming quarterbacks against all year but it was still an impressive performance. Marqise Lee even left the game early and Bortles still managed to put up a top-five Week 15 quarterback game. This week, Bortles heads to San Francisco in another good matchup. The 49ers are allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks this season, so if Bortles got you this far, there’s no real reason to change things up now.

Joe Flacco vs Colts| 5.6 percent owned: For the third-straight week, Joe Flacco posted a solid fantasy line. He threw for 288 yards, two touchdowns, no picks on his way to a 21-point fantasy outing against the Browns. The late-blooming success of the Ravens run game has helped balance out Baltimore’s offense and Flacco is thriving because of it. In fact, over the last three weeks, he’s averaging 275.3 pass yards per game and 7.3 pass yards per attempt compared to a dismal 170.5 and 5.3 mark in respective categories in his first 11 games. Now, Flacco gets another great matchup against a Colts secondary that ranks bottom-10 in terms of fantasy points per game allowed to opposing signal callers.

Nick Foles vs Raiders | 6.4 percent owned: If you took a chance on Nick Foles in Week 15 you were handsomely rewarded with a QB3 performance. Foles threw for 236 yards and four touchdowns passes – all to different receivers. That whole “the Eagles have a ton of talent” narrative wasn’t just bloviation after all. Foles is an experienced NFL backup quarterback with a successful track record and that showed up on Sunday. Granted, it was an amazing matchup against the Giants, but still. Now, Foles returns home to Philly to take on the Oakland Raiders on Christmas Day. The Raiders secondary has played poorly all year and the unit ranks as a bottom-half squad in terms of fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks this season. Foles should only improve upon what he did in Week 15 and you’re not crazy if you decide to stick with him or add him off waivers for your championship matchup.

Case Keenum at Packers | 36 percent owned: The Vikings returned home in Week 15 after a tough road loss, and thumped a circling-the-drain Bengals squad. Case Keenum was up to his usual activities, throwing for 236 yards and two touchdowns before getting pulled with a resounding 34-0 lead early in the fourth quarter. It was Keenum’s fourth-straight game with multiple touchdown throws and at least 225 pass yards and his second straight 19-point game for fantasy owners. Since Week 10, Keenum has only thrown two interceptions (both against Carolina in Week 14). He’s got top-10 upside again this week when he travels to Lambeau to take on a Packers defense that can’t stop the pass. Green Bay has surrendered 10 passing touchdowns to quarterbacks over the last four weeks, the most in the league, and is tied for third-most allowed on the season with 26.

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Alex Smith vs Dolphins | 90.7 percent owned: Coming off a surprising performance against the Chargers, one of the best defenses in the league, Alex Smith is back on the streaming radar. Smith threw for 231 yards, two scores and no picks against Los Angeles last week and gets to stay on his home turf when the Dolphins saunter into Kansas City in Week 16. Since the chiefs handed play calling over to OC Matt Nagy, the offense is averaging 426.3 yards per game, 29 points per game and has a 40 percent third-down conversion rate. All of those factors boost Smith’s outlook against a Miami defense that’s in shambles (besides that MNF win over New England). Miami has allowed 24 pass touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks and allowed Tyrod Taylor, not known to be a prolific passer, to throw for 224 yards and rack up 23 fantasy points against them.
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Jared Goff at Titans | 61.5 percent owned: The Rams dropped 42 points on the Seahawks in Seattle last week, but Jared Goff let Todd Gurley do most of the heavy lifting. Goff threw for just 120 yards and one touchdown for 10 fantasy points in the game. He’s somewhat come back to Earth after a hot midseason stretch, but to his credit, the second-year quarterback has had some difficult matchups in recent weeks against the Vikings, Eagles and Seattle. He’s got his top wideout back in Robert Woods who hauled in Goff’s only touchdown pass in Week 15. Now the Rams cruise into Tennessee to take on a Titans defense that just allowed over 400 yards of offense to Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers. Plus, the Titans have zero takeaways in back-to-back games. Goff’s arrow is pointing up for Week 16.

Matthew Stafford at Bengals | 95.3 percent owned: Matthew Stafford is a low-end streamer with a road game against Cincinnati on Sunday. Since the Lions Week 8 bye, Stafford has averaged about 17 fantasy points per game with his worst performance on the road in Baltimore in Week 13 with 11.88 points. His 501 pass attempts rank him fourth among all quarterbacks on the season, and his 25 pass touchdowns tie him with Alex Smith for fifth-most this year. The Lions have virtually zero run game, so Stafford has to move the offense through the air. He should have no trouble tormenting a Bengals secondary that has struggled since Vontaze Burfict has been sidelined. Cincy has allowed 33.5 points per game and 414 total yards per game to opponents the last two weeks.

Eric Ebron vs Bengals | 67.8 percent owned: Over the course of his last three games, Eric Ebron has piled up 22 targets, 19 receptions, 165 yards and a touchdown. The 22 targets ranks second on the Lions during that three-week span behind only Golden Tate (24). Ebron has landed squarely on the streaming radar with a game against the Bengals this week. Cincinnati has allowed over 700 yards to the position this season and have been scored on by tight ends in each of their last two games (Adam Shaheen and Kyle Rudolph).

Charles Clay vs Patriots | 14.2 percent owned: Charles Clay leads the Bills in targets (17), receptions (10) and receiving yards (99) over the last three weeks. That includes the infamous “snow game” in which he had just two catches for 11 yards. With Kelvin Benjamin at less than 100 percent due to a knee injury, Clay will be Tyrod Taylor’s most reliable pass-catching option in a game against the Patriots next week.

Jack Doyle at Ravens| 79.2 percent owned: Jack Doyle’s 12 receptions over the last three weeks ranks first on the Colts. He’s seen 16 targets on that span, collected 67 receiving yards (second on the team) and has a touchdown. With the Ravens likely to lock up T.Y. Hilton at all costs in this one, Doyle may become the most reliable option underneath for Jacoby Brissett. It helps that the Ravens allow 7.76 FPPG to opposing tight ends which makes them a bottom half unit in terms of limiting the position.

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Garrett Celek vs Jaguars | 1.1 percent owned: In his three starts this season with the 49ers, Jimmy Garoppolo has thrown two touchdown passes. The same player has been on the receiving end of both, and that’s tight end Garrett Celek. He now has 60-plus yards and a touchdown in each of his last two games. In the three Garoppolo games, Celek ranks third on San Francisco with 11 targets and his 160 receiving yards is second on the team behind Marquise Goodwin. His matchup against the Jaguars isn’t extremely appealing, but I dare you to name five tight end matchups that you can consider “appealing” in Week 16.

Benjamin Watson vs Colts | 6.0 percent owned: In the last three games in which the Ravens offense has been firing on all fronts, Benjamin Watson has seven receptions for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Yes, he ghosted in Week 14 against the Steelers, but a matchup against the Colts is favorable. Indianapolis has surrendered seven touchdowns and over 700 receiving yards to the position this season making them a bottom-10 unit in terms of limiting fantasy tight ends.

Kansas City Chiefs D/ST vs Miami Dolphins | 77.5 percent owned: Kansas City’s defense has tightened up in recent weeks, posting fantasy totals of 10 and 14 points against Oakland and Los Angeles. They allowed 15 and 13 points respectively in those two contests and racked up seven turnovers and five sacks. Now they welcome the Dolphins into Arrowhead, where they should thrive again. Miami’s offense remains one of the worst in the league, and Jay Cutler just threw three interceptions against the Bills. In addition, Miami has three or more giveaways in four of their last five games. If the Chiefs can limit Kenyan Drake’s production the unit makes for a fine fantasy streamer at home.

Los Angeles Chargers D/ST at New York Jets | 34.3 percent owned: The Chargers just got thumped at Arrowhead, so there’s a chance the unit gets dropped ahead of Week 16. Take advantage if they do, because now the unit travels to New York to take on a Jets offense led by Bryce Petty. In his 2017 debut in New Orleans last week, Petty threw for just 179 yards with one touchdown and two picks. The Chargers pass rush combination of Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa should have their way with Petty and force him into at least a few mistakes. And with Casey Hayward lurking in the secondary, the Jets should struggle to move the ball. Chalk Week 15 up as an outlier for one of the league’s best defenses.

Denver Broncos D/ST at Washington Redskins | 84.1 percent owned: Denver is back on the radar as a fantasy option following a three-game streak of serviceable fantasy output. The unit has posted fantasy totals of four, 14, 18 and five points over their last four games and have allowed opposing offenses to combine for just 13 points against them in the last two weeks. Now, Von Miller and company head to Washington to take on the Redskins patchwork offensive line. Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins has also struggled to produce in recent weeks with fewer than 200 pass yards in back-to-back games. You can confidently roll out the Broncos D/ST in Week 16.

Detroit Lions D/ST at Cincinnati Bengals | 32 percent owned: The Bengals were the worst overall offense in the NFL heading into Week 15 and they retain that status after collecting a mere 161 total yards of offense against the Vikings last week. Here are some scary stats about how poorly the Bengals performed last week: The offense didn’t cross midfield until there was 3:07 left in the third quarter, they had 42 yards in the first half and they had one first down in the first half. The team has scored just seven points in back-to-back games. This isn’t even about the Lions defense being great, though they have limited opposing wideouts to just eight receiving touchdowns all year; but it’s more about the Bengals offense being terrible.

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Brian Dawkins will have another opportunity to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Dawkins, in his second year on the ballot, was one of 27 semifinalists named to the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame ballot. Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens is also a semifinalist, his third year on the ballot.

In his 16-year NFL career, Dawkins finished with 1,131 tackles, 37 interceptions, 26 sacks, 120 pass deflections, 36 forced fumbles and 19 fumble recoveries in 224 career games (221 starts). He was selected to the Pro Bowl nine times and earned four cheap authetnic nfl jerseys First Team All-Pro Honors (six times overall).

Dawkins is one of just six players in NFL history with 25 sacks and 25 interceptions in his career. He’s the only player in NFL history to record a sack, interception, fumble recovery and touchdown catch in same game against the Houston Texans in 2002. Dawkins was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Decade Team in the 2000s.

Owens has 1,078 receptions for 15,954 yards and 153 touchdowns in 15 NFL seasons. Owens is second all-time in receiving yards and sixth in receptions while being selected as a First Team All-Pro five times.

Owens spent two years in Philadelphia and led the Eagles to a Super Bowl appearance in 2004, a season which he had 77 catches for 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns in just 14 games. He had nine catches for 122 yards coming off a broken ankle in Super Bowl XXXIX.

Donovan McNabb, the Eagles all-time passing leader, was left off the semifinalist list in his second year of Hall of Fame eligibility.

McNabb ended his 13-year career with a 98-62-1 record, 59.0 completion percentage, 37,276 yds., 234 touchdowns, 117 interceptions to finish with an 85.6 passer rating. He also had 3,249 rushing yards and 29 rushing touchdowns.

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McNabb completed 59.5 percent of his passes with the Eagles. He is the franchise’s all-time passing leader in yards (32,873) and touchdowns (216) while finishing with a 86.5 quarterback rating.

McNabb was also the first quarterback in NFL history to finish a season with over 30 touchdown passes and fewer than 10 interceptions (2004, 31 TD, 8 INT). He also rushed for 3,249 yards and 28 touchdowns with the Eagles bringing his career totals to 36,122 yards and 244 touchdowns.

The Hall of Fame will trim the semifinalists into 15 modern-era finalists in January. A maximum of five players will be selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in February.

Sunday was tough for football fans in the city of Philadelphia. Carson Wentz exited the game, walked off the field and into the locker room, and the mood was somber.

It didn’t take long for reports to swirl that the Eagles feared the worst, that their MVP-caliber quarterback could be lost for the season.
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The Birds went on to win the game but it was bittersweet without the prospect of Wentz leading them to the Super Bowl.

Star athletes from all of sports shared messages of support. From fellow star quarterbacks lost for the season like DeShaun Watson to brothers in the city who have dealt with injuries of their own like Joel Embiid, everybody hated to see Wentz go down.

You could feel the negativity oozing through the city.

Monday came and Doug Pederson confirmed what we already believed. Wentz was gone for the year and Nick Foles takes the job of leading the Birds to the promise land. Hope was dim but not extinguished.

Then Eagles Nation got the pep talk (tweeted) it needed from the one person who would never lie to them and only inspire them, Brian Dawkins.

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In his rookie season, D’Onta Foreman has made big plays here and there for the Houston Texans, but he was hoping to find more consistency and continue to earn his share of the workload with starting running back Lamar Miller.

In Sunday’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Foreman had the best game of his young NFL career, rushing for 65 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. The rookie had two carries for zero yards in the first half, and later said he “knew in the second half I just had to go out there and try to make some plays and try to help us win the game. And I feel like I did that.”
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But on his final touchdown run, Foreman tore his left Achilles. His rookie season is now over.

While Miller has got the majority of the touches this season — he has 162 to Foreman’s 78 through 10 games — the Texans coaching staff was starting to trust the rookie more and more.

“D’Onta was starting to really play well, obviously, in that game,” head coach Bill O’Brien said. “He’s a big guy. He’s a very tough, physical runner. Good out of the backfield in the passing game. Was really starting to understand our offense.”

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Without Foreman, the Texans will turn to running back Alfred Blue, who has mostly contributed on special teams this season, to play behind Miller. Blue was Miller’s backup last season and has been in Houston since the Texans drafted him in the sixth round in 2014. This season, Blue has dealt with injuries and has 43 yards on just 13 carries. He missed Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury, but O’Brien said he expects Blue to be active on Monday night against the Baltimore Ravens.

“Hopefully Alfred will come back here and be able to practice this week and help us, because Alfred’s, really, in practice and on special teams, he’s done a really good job for us when he’s been healthy,” O’Brien said.

Last week, quarterback Tom Savage noted how having a consistent running game can be important for a pocket quarterback such as himself, because it can help “get the defense off” and help with play-action. The ground game was successful in the first half of the Texans’ Week 10 game against the Los Angeles Rams, but struggled in the second half.

On Sunday against the Cardinals, the Texans were able to have success on the ground, combining for 134 yards on 34 carries and two touchdowns. Savage called the performance by Miller and Foreman “absolutely huge” in helping him.

The backs contributed in the passing game. Miller had four catches for 22 yards and an 8-yard touchdown pass, and Foreman had three catches for 15 yards.

“We ran the ball well,” O’Brien said. “Lamar ran it well, D’Onta ran it well, and I think that helped Tom.”

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Delanie Walker has seen it all — from the highs of a Super Bowl appearance with the 2012 49ers to the lows of a 2-14 season with the 2014 Tennessee Titans — and Thursday night in a 40-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, he saw a Titans team that didn’t play its best football on a national stage.

The Titans’ season-long battle with offensive inconsistency has left many, including Walker, trying to figure out the identity of the team. A revamped receiving core and returning starters at every other spot had people expecting a big offensive jump from the Titans. That hasn’t happened.

“It’s a little frustrating that we’re not putting up 35 points a game,” Walker said. “We have the offense to do that. We have the quarterback. We have the running backs. We have the offensive line. We have the receivers. For us not to do that in Week 11, it’s kind of disappointing. We played poor offensively.”

The 6-4 Titans have had a decent season in the win-loss column but haven’t met their offensive potential. They rank 20th in total offense and 21st in passing offense. They have seen dips in most of the key offensive categories from 2016 to 2017 despite an apparent increase in talent. In 2016, they’ve averaged 358 total yards (221 passing, 137 rushing) and 23.8 points per game. In 2017, they’ve averaged 327 total yards (210 passing, 117 rushing) and 22.2 points per game.

So why haven’t the Titans improved offensively?

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The good news for the Titans is that they are still in the driver’s seat to make the playoffs for the first time since 2008, either as a wild-card team or AFC South winner. Walker wants to make sure they don’t use that as a crutch and hopes they’ll come out and prove that they’re a better team than they showed against the Steelers.

“Everybody’s piss is hot right now. I know mine is,” Walker said. “I’m a little upset on how the game went down Thursday night. I think this is a good chance to see what type of team we have on how they answer.”

Receiver Rishard Matthews had a similar take after the Titans loss to the Steelers: “I hope we all learn from this — players and coaches. Learn what it takes to close out games, what it takes to get the ball in playmakers’ hands. What it takes all around. I hope we all learn.”

The Titans are a tight-knit bunch, and Thursday’s loss could bring them closer. Marcus Mariota said his four-interception performance against the Steelers would leave a bad taste in his mouth. It has done the same for Walker, Matthews, left tackle Taylor Lewan and at least a few other Titans.

The entire team from the coaching staff to the players have an opportunity to move toward fixing this issue Sunday at the Indianapolis Colts.

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Landon Collins watched in Wednesday morning’s tense team film session as Ben McAdoo showed video clips of Collins’ on-field mistakes against the 49ers again, again and again.

Three times in all, the Giants head coach made an example of how Collins, a first-team All-Pro safety in 2016, had erred in the previous week’s embarrassing loss at San Fran. And Collins said another unspecified teammate was put on blast a team-high four times for lackluster effort, and one can only surmise it was cornerback Janoris Jenkins.

So two of the Giants’ highest-profile players were called out big-time in front of the whole team. And this was two days after Giants owners John Mara and Steve Tisch had released a statement calling the season “extremely disappointing” and the previous two blowout losses to the Rams and Niners “inexcusable and frustrating.”

“I ain’t gonna lie to you,” Collins said with a smile Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium. “I was kinda upset.”

But that moment may have been when McAdoo, on a coaching seat so hot it was practically engulfed in flames, began to win his players and this Giants team back. Because on Sunday, Collins, Jenkins and the Giants defense responded constructively and demonstratively to McAdoo’s call to accountability, intercepting three Chiefs passes in a 12-9 overtime win, the team’s first home victory in five tries this fall.

“I was more like, ‘All right,’” Collins said of being called out. “(Was I) embarrassed? No, because I know the caliber of player I am and that I have more respect than a lot of people in that room. But I kind of just took it personally that I’m not playing how I played last year, and for him to put that up there it’s like, ‘All right, I’m not the only one seeing this.’”

Collins indeed played like his 2016 self with 14 total tackles, including a tackle for a loss, a pass defended, and an interception of a fourth-quarter pass by Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The defense had intercepted just four passes all season prior to Sunday’s three picks.

Jenkins didn’t play perfectly, but he played hard and made a difference, a drastic change from his no-show coming off suspension in last week’s 31-21 loss to the previously winless Niners. Jenkins was beaten for a Tyreek Hill 38-yard completion in the third quarter on a Chiefs scoring drive to tie the game at six apiece early in the fourth. And he committed a pass interference penalty on the Chiefs’ final regulation drive to tie it and send it to overtime at nine-up.

But Jenkins intercepted Chiefs QB Alex Smith in the fourth quarter to set up a go-ahead Aldrick Rosas field goal at 9-6, and his penalty later was committed out of will, not indifference. While it negated what would have been his second interception, his effort and his celebrations of both picks — throwing the ball high into the stands for the fans he’d dismissed this week when his effort was questioned — were clear signs he was out to make a point.

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“Don’t ever question my passion for This Great Game of Football,” Jenkins posted pregame on Instagram.

“I think after the week we had, a couple of guys being called out, being put on the big screen, I think everybody responded well,” said corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, suspended earlier this season by McAdoo but now lauded for his bounce-back in youth nfl jerseys

All of this said, the Giants defense still let the Chiefs offense drive 69 yards with 1:30 to play in the fourth to tie the game on Harrison Butker’s third field goal, the big play being a Kelce 32-yard catch on which defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo unusually had defensive end Olivier Vernon covering the stud tight end.

The Giant offense scored only 12 points on a bad Chiefs defense, their only touchdown scored by Orleans Darkwa in the second quarter after Damon Harrison’s interception gave them the ball at Kansas City’s 26-yard line.

The Giants also improved to just 2-8 with their first win since Oct. 15 in Denver. And Thursday’s Thanksgiving showdown in Washington looms to threaten any momentum they hope to build with this win.

Still, given that the Giants had been outscored 106-45 in their three-game losing streak coming in, the improvement in effort across the board on defense and special teams was noteworthy.

And it is encouraging mainly because this win reflected well on McAdoo, a man who desperately needed something to go his way.

The chaos of the Giants’ past two weeks was unprecedented, including anonymous player quotes ripping the coach, other players angrily calling out any “rat” in the locker room, and Mara’s and Tisch’s Monday statement setting the tone for this nervous week.

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“Ben McAdoo is our head coach and has our support,” the statement read. But the owners’ confidence was tepid and their insistence they would reassess everything after the season reflected the sweeping nature of their dismay.

McAdoo responded by declaring he was built for a “storm” and called the Wednesday team meeting to stress accountability. Many Giants fans still entered this weekend more excited for Saturday night’s USC-UCLA game — which GM Jerry Reese attended, per ESPN, to scout quarterback prospects Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen — than for Giants-Chiefs.

Still, while Sunday’s win all but eliminated the Giants from the first overall pick in next April’s draft given the winless Browns’ futility, McAdoo and these Giant players had a point to prove to each other.

Right guard D.J. Fluker said McAdoo delivered a speech to the team on Saturday night “about being fired up, (about how to) come out with passion (and) make the guy across from you quit.”

McAdoo’s and Mike Sullivan’s early trick-play-calling bordered on desperate, including Shane Vereen’s halfback pass intercepted to squelch the Giants first drive. And McAdoo admitted he had prioritized “trying to put a touchdown on the board” over other considerations, clearly stretching for a win.

And, yet, though it took 68 minutes, six seconds and an incredible catch by Roger Lewis Jr. to set up Aldrick Rosas’ game-winning 23-yard field goal, McAdoo got his players to work. “I know we played hard,” McAdoo said.

And in a season when McAdoo has taken the blame for so much bad, he deserved credit for the good on Sunday.

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People talk about Matthew Stafford’s right arm as if he can’t get it through customs without the proper paperwork. The scouting term arm talent seems to have been invented for him. Arm talent includes arm strength, but does not just mean arm strength. In other words, if you lined NFL quarterbacks up on a sidewalk and asked them to throw at the house across the street while running on wet leaves, Stafford is most likely to shatter the right window.

The first time Stafford threw a slant at a Georgia practice, the ball actually whistled. Defensive backs were in disbelief. Receivers became accustomed to his passes dislocating their fingers. After last season, Stafford visited the 3DQB quarterback-training facility in Los Angeles. Adam Dedeaux, one of the instructors, asked Stafford to make a difficult, “off-platform” throw, just to see what he would try. Stafford lowered his arm angle and rifled the pass so hard that Dedeaux started laughing. He had worked with Tom Brady, Matt Ryan and Drew Brees. But he had never seen anybody wing a football like that before.

Longtime NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky, who backed up Stafford in Detroit, says, “As good as guys like Tom Brady and Drew Brees are, Matthew can do things those guys can’t. And it doesn’t take away from those guys.” Those guys know it, too. Brees has said of Stafford, “He can make some throws that most guys can’t make, or certainly can’t even attempt to make.” The only player who can possibly match Stafford’s arm talent is the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers, and he is now out with a broken nfl elite jerseys

Stafford, 29, is starting to rival Rodgers, Brees and Brady in another way: as one of the most valuable players in the NFL. His raw numbers this season (273.4 yards per game, 62.6% completions, 17 touchdowns, five interceptions,)are especially impressive when you look at what surrounds that arm. The Lions have not had a 100-yard rusher in a single game since 2013. They rank 29th in yards per run. They have allowed the fifth-most sacks in the league. Their receivers struggle against press coverage. Yet Stafford has them tied for sixth in the league in scoring.

A native Texan, Stafford projects an understated cool, like a cowboy in a Western; you half-expect a cigarette to dangle from his side-smile. But two years ago, he was struggling more than he ever had, for reasons that seemed to defy logic. His arm was too great. His best receiver was too talented. His obsession was too intense. His coaches did not ask enough of him. He needed his job to get harder before he could make it look easy.

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His wife, Kelly, says Matthew “has not changed one bit” since she met him at a movie theater before her freshman year at Georgia. But in the past two seasons his friends have noticed a subtle shift in his mental state. “Completeness is probably a really good word,” Orlovsky says. And Stafford, who is not typically prone to public introspection, says, “There’s been a lot of self-assessment . . . . I feel like I’ve come out the other side a better player, and probably a better person.”

Stafford sits down in the Lions’ practice facility wearing, as usual, a Detroit Tigers hat. He often wears hats backwards, leading people to assume that he doesn’t care about details. They are wrong on both macro and micro levels.

Kelly guesses Matthew has owned 90 Tigers hats since the Lions drafted him with the top pick in 2009. He currently has at least 15 blue ones and five others, and while they are all size 7 5/8″, he is picky about the exact fit. He has four in his rotation now. He puts them on only after he showers so they don’t get too dirty. Then he sits down to watch film—taking copious, methodical notes, using different colors to highlight the most important information.

“There is this perception that he is this lazy, doesn’t-really-care, hat-backwards Texas fun-boy,” Orlovsky says. “He is the total opposite.”

The perception starts with the arm. Quarterback may be the most complex position in sports, yet we often describe the stars in the narrowest terms. Tom Brady is a winner. Drew Brees: accurate. Peyton Manning? Nerd. And Matthew Stafford: gunslinger. After he threw his first NFL interception, he got to the sideline and coach Jim Schwartz told him: “Don’t you ever stop slinging it.” Stafford hated committing the turnover but loved Schwartz’s reaction.

“He has such unbelievable God-gifted talent in that arm,” Kelly says. “All he wanted to do was sling it as hard as he could and as far as he could.”

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Other QBs picked apart defenses. Stafford tried to set them on fire. He plays “a lot more physical than a lot of quarterbacks—my rookie year, I think I didn’t slide once. I was trying to run people over.”

He was well aware of the Lions’ abominable history—they have won one playoff game since 1957—and of the weapon hanging from his shoulder. Brady and Brees never had his arm, but they also never battled the temptations that came with it. Stafford wanted to show fans something they had never seen in their lives. That meant throwing fastballs, often to All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson.

“Early in my career, it was first-and-10 on the first play of the game and I thought I needed [a first down],” Stafford says. “Part of that came with, Man, I know what kind of weapon I have on the outside in Calvin. I know where this organization has been. I know where we’re trying to get. Is it going to take this superhuman effort to get there? If it is, I’m willing to give it to you every play.”

There’s never been a combination in NFL history like Stafford and Johnson. Joe Montana’s arm was not as strong as Stafford’s. Jerry Rice was not as big and fast as the 6’ 5″ Megatron. Johnson could make any catch, Stafford could make any throw, and the Lions built their game plans around them. Stafford says, “Every week was, How can we dial up a way to get Calvin on a safety and throw it? Who is the weak link? Let’s get Calvin on that guy.’”

It worked pretty well for a while. In 2011, when Stafford was 23, he threw for 5,038 yards and 41 touchdowns for a playoff team. But he followed it with a 20-TD, 17-interception season, and Detroit went 4–12. The Lions tried to ease his burden by asking less of him. But Stafford didn’t play better. At times he played worse. There was clearly a franchise quarterback in there somewhere, but some weeks he was hard to find.

By the halfway point of the ’15 season, Stafford could barely reconcile the player he wanted to be with his play. He had a 1–7 record, 11 interceptions, a mediocre 84.1 passer rating and an above-average level of guilt. Schwartz had been fired after 2013, along with Stafford’s first offensive coordinator, Scott Linehan. Then, in 2015, team president Tom Lewand and general manager Martin Mayhew got canned. Stafford was left with “a terrible feeling. I hate it.” He thought if he had played better, they would have kept their jobs.